2023 AUT-NCUK Excellence Scholarships – New Zealand

Applications are invited from exceptional students who are enrolled in the NCUK New Zealand Global Education Pathway programmes and wish to study at Auckland University of Technology (AUT).

Auckland University Technology is a research and higher education institution with three campuses in Auckland and five faculties. Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees are available in business, computer and information sciences, education, health sciences, year one of law, sports management, and science.

2023 AUT-NCUK Excellence Scholarships – New Zealand

Application Deadline: 15 June 2023 11:55 PM

Eligible Countries: International

Type: Undergraduate

Value of Awards: $5000 contribution to tuition fees

Number of Awards: Varies depending on funding

Eligibility: To be eligible, applicants must;

  • be full-fee paying international students (Note: International students are students who are neither citizens, permanent residents nor resident visa holders of New Zealand or Australia or in the process of applying for the aforementioned categories).
  • have a current and valid conditional or unconditional offer to study at an AUT programme (Undergraduate level or above, excluding doctoral and at least 120 points). Applicants will be asked to provide their AUT Student ID in the box provided on the application form. The studentships are awarded on academic merit.
  • have an equivalent B Average or above in their most recent NCUK programme (International Foundation Year, International Year One, or Pre-Master’s Programme) will be considered.

Application Process: Interested applicants are recommended to take admission in the bachelor degree programme at the university. After that, they can complete the online application form for this award.

 

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